29 Groathill Road South, Edinburgh, EH4 2LS

5 bedroom House

About the property

 Situated some 2 miles west of the City Centre in sought-after CRAIGLEITH,the property is a truly exceptional, high specification,brand-new home of distinction, enjoying a lovely tranquil,wooded setting near the junction of Craigleith Road and Queensferry Road. Flooded with natural light, there is a subtle evening ambience from many recessed, ceiling-mounted downlighters. The easy-care garden features a paved terrace, is enclosed by walls topped with cast-iron railings and offers off-street privsate parking.

High ceilings on the GROUND FLOOR impart a wonderful feeling of space and, here, there are hardwood timber floors throughout. The good-sized Sittingroom is augmented by a lovely Family/ Diningroom with twin fold-aside doors to a sun terrace. Off here is the fully fitted Kitchen and Utility Room with a dual-fuel Range Cooker and full complement of qualityappliances. There is also a useful cloakroom/w.c.

A striking Oak staircase leads you to the FIRST FLOOR with broad landing and superb storage to a Master Bedroom Suite incorporating a generous,double-aspect space for sleep, with full-height french door to a Balcony. This leads through a Dressing Room with twin wardrobes to a private Shower/w.c. Generous Bedroom 2 has a fitted wardrobe and there is an attractive Family Bathroom.

Bathrooms and Shower/w.c`s showcase heated, tiled floors, sparkling Santaryware, fitted Storage and Wall Mirrors.

The SECOND FLOOR comprises Landing with access to extensive storage, 2 Double Bedrooms, one of which has fitted wardrobes and a Shower-room/w.c.

There is Broadband supplied to every room in the house and exterior lighting and CC T.V.All Designer carpets, curtains, blinds and light fittings are included in the sale. Certain items  of furniture may be available for purchase seperately, if desired.

Year-round comfort with economy is ensured by high standards of thermal insulation incororating full Double Glazing, efficient Gas Central Heating and Solar Panel-powered free Hot Water.

 Craigleith is situated some 2 miles west of the City Centre and is a sought-after residential area with a lot to offer. A short walk takes you to the Craigleith Shopping Centre with Sainsburys Supermarket, Do-it-all, Argos, Currys Trespass and other household-named shops, while  nearby Blackhall provides Aitken and Niven School,Outfitters with other privately-owned outlets, as well as the popular Citron Cafe.

A short drive west to Comely Bank/Stockbridge takes you to Waitrose and Co-op Supermarkets and a good choice of individual specialist shops including Raeburn Fine Wines, Ian Mellis Cheese and the renowned Corson Hardware. The area has several well-reviewed Restaurants.

The Local Authority Primary School is well-regarded Flora Stevenson which feeds to Broughton High School with specialist Music Department. Many of Edinburgh`s renowned Private Sector Schools are within very easyreach, most notably St. George`s Girls, Mary erskine, Stewart`s/Melville, Fettes College and Edinburgh Academy.

Local amenities include several Golf Courses-Bruntsfield, Murrayfield, 9-hol;e Ravelston and a Municipal Course at Silverknowes. Nearby, picturesque Cramond offers a Harbour with Yacht Club and Cafe, also popular walks along the River Almond and Forth Foreshore.

Historic Lauriston Castle and Grounds is a popular local attraction.

Regular bus services take you  to the City Centre, serving many parts of Lothian, Fife and beyond.

Road access to the City Centre is straightforward, with Queensferry Road linking to the M90 north.

At Barnton roundabout, Maybury Road links with the City By-Pass and (via Glasgow Road) the Airport and Central Scottish Motorway Network.

Edinburgh is a renowned European Capital City and World Heritage Centre with a long history. It is graced by 4 Universities and several Colleges of Further Education.

The biggest U.K. financial Centre outside London, Edinburgh is a base for Government, numerous Tech Companies and start-ups.

Normally home to the Edinburgh International Festival and its` famous Fringe, it has Theatres, Concert Halls, Museums and Concert Halls, contributing to a rich year-round cultural life.The year brings many sporting events including Rugby Internationals, Football Matches, Tennis, Golf, Curling and Bowling Tornaments etc.


  • Bedrooms - 5
  • Bathrooms - 3
  • Living Rooms - 2
  • EPC - Unknown